Iranian humanoid robot is the result of Iranian students long-term efforts: Vice President
Tehran (IP) - Vice president for science and technology appreciated young students in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and other related fields who have contributed to the design and construction of Sourena IV humanoid robot.
Iran Press/Iran news: "I'm glad that we could unveil Sourena IV robot. It has special qualifications compared to previous models," Vice president for science and technology Sourena Sattari said in an exclusive interview with Iran Press on the sidelines of an unveiling ceremony at Tehran University.
Sattari continued: "These types of projects are symbolic projects to apply them in other productions."
"I appreciate all young students who have contributed to this project and also the project manager Dr. Yousefi Koma," Vice president mentioned.
In November 2017 the Iranian Center for Advanced Systems and Technologies (CAST), part of the University of Teheran, publically unveiled Sourena III, a very advanced adult-sized humanoid robot, who can walk, run, speak and recognize people. This was the third version of the robot, released 7 and 5 years ago respectively after its predecessors, Sourena I and II.